Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023: Senior JD(S) Leader AT Ramaswamy Joins BJP
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023: Ramaswamy said he is joining the BJP without any condition as he was impressed with the way the party is functioning and the country is progressing. It is mostly because of the core values and ideas of the top most leadership in the BJP, he said.
Clash of the Titans: PM Modi, Rahul Gandhi Karnataka events on April 9
Poll-bound Karnataka will witness a 'clash of the Titans' on April 9 when Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Congress top leader Rahul Gandhi will have different events that day, with the opposition party rescheduling Gandhi's programme that would now coincide with that of the PM.
Delhi: JD(S) MLA AT Ramaswamy joins BJP, meets JP Nadda at his residence
JD(S) leader from Karnataka's Arkalgud, AT Ramaswamy joined the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on April 1. He joined the party in the presence of Union Minister and BJP leader Anurag Thakur. After this announcement, BJP Leader Anurag Thakur, Dushyant Kumar Gautam along with AT Ramaswamy met BJP National President JP Nadda at his residence. He was felicitated by all the party leaders present there. Ramaswamy resigned as MLA on March 31. He had submitted his resignation to the Karnataka Legislative Assembly Secretary at Vidhana Soudha. There were speculations about him joining the BJP since he resigned.
Freebies worth Rs 9.59 cr seized since MCC came into effect in Karnataka
Freebies worth Rs 9.59 crore has been seized since the Model Code of Conduct came into effect in Karnataka since March 29, officials said on Saturday. The Assembly elections are to be held in Karnataka on May 10. According to a statement issued by the office of the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO), cumulatively the flying squads, Static Surveillance Teams (SSTs) and police authorities have seized cash worth Rs 7.87crore, 1,156.11 litres of liquor worth Rs 5.80 lakh and 39.25 kg drugs worth Rs 21.77 lakh and freebies worth Rs 9.59 crore and booked 172 FIR's till date. It further said that the Income Tax department has seized cash worth Rs 3.90 crore, Excise department has seized 1,93,051 litres of liquor worth Rs 11.66 crore, 12 kg drugs worth Rs 1.82 lakh and booked 264 heinous cases, 195 cases for breach of licence conditions, 14 NDPS and 737cases under Section 15 (a) of Karnataka Excise act 1965. The statement said 150 vehicles have been seized so far. All teams together, the wort
Won't Entertain Rebellion: HD Kumaraswamy Amid Family Feud Over Key Seat
Amid the family feud over Hassan Assembly seat in poll-bound Karnataka, former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy on Saturday said he will not entertain any 'rebellion.' He also said the second list of candidates will be released on Monday.
Karnataka Assembly elections 2023: Freebies worth Rs 9.59 cr seized since MCC came into effect - Deccan Herald
Karnataka Assembly elections 2023: Freebies worth Rs 9.59 cr seized since MCC came into effect Deccan Herald
Half Win For Siddaramaiah As He Gets 1 Preferred Seat, Suspense Over Other
Siddaramaiah, one of the key leaders of the Congress in Karnataka who is preparing to contest the assembly election next month from his MLA son Yathindra Siddaramaiah's constituency, Varuna, told NDTV that he is not afraid of losing.
Tamil Nadu Health Ministry to inspect govt hospitals for 2 days from Apr 10
The Tamil Nadu Health Ministry will carry out inspection in all government hospitals across the State for two days from April 10 to increase the facilities to meet the challenges of surge in COVID cases and other infections, Health Minister M Subramanian said on Saturday. Speaking to reporters after reviewing the Government Hospital in nearby Mettupalayam, the Minister said that there was an increase in the COVID infections and variants of Omicron and considering them, the government has made wearing masks mandatory for all those visiting hospitals including doctors, patients and visitors. The government wanted to ensure required facilities like beds and oxygen are available and decided to review all the 11,300 health facilities across the State, he said. Though States like Kerala, Karnataka and Himachal Pradesh reported 300 to 500 infections, Tamil Nadu recorded 139 cases of Omicron variant XBB and BA 2 on Friday, the Minister said. The Health department is also carrying out rand
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Surge in COVID-19 cases ahead of elections a matter of concern; active cases in Karnataka cross 1,000 markafter months
The current surge is driven by XBB 1.16, a mutant strain of Omicron; however it is not likely to result in a wave, say experts
Senior BJP Leader Dr. Ashwathnarayan CN Exclusive Interview Ahead Of Karnataka Election | Times Now - Times Now
Senior BJP Leader Dr. Ashwathnarayan CN Exclusive Interview Ahead Of Karnataka Election | Times Now Times Now
Seven labourers undergoing treatment due to burn injuries die in Bengaluru - Deccan Herald
Seven labourers undergoing treatment due to burn injuries die in Bengaluru Deccan Herald
Bribe for tender case: K'taka BJP MLA sent to 10-day judicial custody
Justice Jayath Kumar issued the order after the Lokayukta sleuths produced the accused before the court. Viru Justice Jayath Kumar issued the order after the Lokayukta sleuths produced the accused before the court. Virupakshappa, who is the prime accused in the case, was arrested on March 27 and produced before the court the next day. The entire episode has caused embarrassment to the party ahead of the May 10 Assembly elections. Virupakshappa's son Prashath Madal, a government official, was caught red-handed while receiving Rs 40 lakh bribe for allotment of procurement order of raw materials for the Karnataka Soaps and Detergents Limited (KSDL), a public sector unit. The accused MLA was the Chairman of KSDL and his son was allegedly receiving bribes on behalf of his father. The authorities had seized Rs 8.12 crore in cash, 1.6 kg gold from the residences of the accused BJP MLA and his son, who was arrested. --IANS mka/arm
Bribe for tender case: Karnataka BJP MLA sent to 10-day judicial custody
Bengaluru: The Special Court for Peoples Representatives in Bengaluru on Saturday sent Karnataka BJP MLA Madal Virupakshappa to 10-day judicial custody in connection with the bribe for tender case. Justice Jayath Kumar issued the order after the Lokayukta sleuths produced the accused before the court. Virupakshappa, who is the prime accused in the case, was Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .
Udupi Diocese gets New Vicar General
Udupi Diocese gets New Vicar General Udupi: Most Rev. Dr Gerald Isaac Lobo, the Bishop of Udupi has appointed Rev. Fr Ferdinand Gonsalves as the new Vicar General of the Diocese of Udupi. Rev. Fr Ferdinand Gonsalves is currently the Parish Priest of Pangala/Shankerpura Parish. In a religious ceremony that took place at Bishops House  The post Udupi Diocese gets New Vicar General appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Karnataka Assembly Elections | Karnataka Congress Chief DK Shivakumar Exclusive On Mirror Now - Times Now
Karnataka Assembly Elections | Karnataka Congress Chief DK Shivakumar Exclusive On Mirror Now Times Now
7 labourers undergoing treatment due to burn injuries die in Bengaluru
The labourers from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar were staying in a room at Medahalli village in Hoskote Taluk in Bengaluru rural district. Last Sunday, when they were sleeping in the room, there was leakage of gas and when one of them switched on the light, it resulted in a major fire disaster injuring all of them, police said.
Today Gold Rate In Karnataka: 1. April 2023 Forbes Advisor INDIA - Forbes
Today Gold Rate In Karnataka: 1. April 2023 Forbes Advisor INDIA Forbes
Coastal Jackfruit Auctioned For Whopping Rs 4.33 Lakh In Karnataka
In the auction that took place in Bantwal, 25 kilometres east of Mangaluru, people were stunned by the price at which the jackfruit was sold.
AAP Karnataka convenor: The state our gateway to South, were trying to change narrative - The Indian Express
AAP Karnataka convenor: The state our gateway to South, were trying to change narrative The Indian Express
Out for weekend trip, 3 students drown in reservoir in Karnataka's Chikkaballapur - India Today
Out for weekend trip, 3 students drown in reservoir in Karnataka's Chikkaballapur India Today
In big, 50%-plus vote wins, JD(S) consistency beats BJP, Congress in Karnataka - The Indian Express
In big, 50%-plus vote wins, JD(S) consistency beats BJP, Congress in Karnataka The Indian Express
WHO recommends Covid boosters for old and vulnerable groups.
NEW DELHI: The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged booster immunisation for the elderly and other vulnerable groups following a recent increase in Covid-19 cases in a number of nations. This week's updated advice was provided following a meeting of the WHO's Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE). In order to account for the effects of Omicron and the strong population-level immunity brought on by infection and vaccination, it changed the roadmap for prioritising the use of Covid vaccinations. The updated roadmap re-emphasizes the importance of vaccination of those still at-risk of severe disease, mostly older adults and those with underlying conditions, including with additional boosters, said SAGE Chair Dr. Hanna Nohynek in a statement. Updated to reflect that much of the population is either vaccinated or previously infected with Covid, or both. The updated roadmap lists three Covid vaccine priority-use groups: high, medium, and low. These priority groups take into account vaccination performance, cost-effectiveness, programmatic variables, and community acceptance. They are primarily based on risk of serious illness and death. People with immunocompromising conditions, such as those living with HIV and transplant recipients, older adults, younger adults with significant comorbidities (such as diabetes and heart disease), children aged six months and older, pregnant women, and frontline healthcare workers are included in the high priority group. SAGE advises an additional booster for the high priority group six or twelve months after the final dosage, depending on factors including age and immunocompromising diseases. The WHO also made the important statement that all Covid vaccination recommendations are temporary and should only be used for the current epidemiological situation. According to the international health organisation, the recommendations for the additional booster should not be viewed as requiring continuous annual Covid vaccine boosters. Countries should take into account their unique environment when determining whether to continue immunising low risk individuals, such healthy children and adolescents, without jeopardising the routine immunisations that are so important for the health and wellbeing of this age group, Nohynek added. As per data from the Union health ministry, 2,994 new Covid infections were reported in India on Saturday, bringing the total number of active cases to 16,354. With nine deaths, the death toll rose to 5,30,876; two deaths each came from Delhi, Karnataka, and Punjab; one death came from Gujarat; and two deaths were resolved by Kerala. Covid Roundup: India's active caseload crosses 16K mark Corona again created an outcry, so many cases surfaced in a day Covid Live Updates: India reports 2,151 news cases
Adoring the Cross of Christ! Senior Citizens Ecumenical Lenten Meditation by Bejai Parish SCWA
Adoring The Cross Of Christ! Senior Citizens Ecumenical Lenten Meditation by Bejai Parish Senior Citizens Welfare Association, in collaboration with Mangalore Christian Council; Commission for Ecumenism -Diocese of Mangalore and All Karnataka United Christian Forum for Human Rights-Western Zone, held at Bejai Church Hall Mangaluru: Senior Citizens Ecumenical Lenten Meditation by Bejai Parish Senior Citizens  The post Adoring the Cross of Christ! Senior Citizens Ecumenical Lenten Meditation by Bejai Parish SCWA appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
3 students drown in reservoir in Karnataka's Chickballpura, one body recovered
students drown in reservoir in Karnatakas Chickballpura one body recovered
Residents bordering Mahe, Karnataka do not feel the pinch of fuel cess - The Hindu
Residents bordering Mahe, Karnataka do not feel the pinch of fuel cess The Hindu
Revised toll on Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway rolled back in poll-bound Karnataka
Following public outrage in the poll-bound Karnataka, the implementation of a revised toll fee hike on the newly inaugurated Mysuru-Bengaluru expressway has been rolled back. The decision was taken to increase the charges just three weeks after the highway was opened to the public. The news of a 22-23% toll fee hike came as a shock to many commuters, which was to be effective from April 1. BJP MP Pratap Simha requested Centre and Nitin Gadkari to roll back the new charges as it would be a burden to the people using the highway. After the rollback, he thanked the Centre. Commuters were already complaining about the charges for the 'incomplete' road and the revised charges made them furious.
ITF Mysuru Open: Mukund Sasikumar-Vishnu Vardhan bag doubles title - Indiatimes.com
ITF Mysuru Open: Mukund Sasikumar-Vishnu Vardhan bag doubles title Indiatimes.com
IIT-Madras PhD scholar found dead in room, third suicide in three months
Death The deceased has been identified as Sachin Kumar Jain from West Bengal. IMAGE FOR REPRESENTATION Sachin Kumar Jain from West Bengal, a 31-year-old PhD scholar of the IIT-Madras was found dead in his house, on Friday, March 31. Sachin Kumar, a research scholar with the institutes Mechanical Engineering Department, was staying with two others - Devkush and Devaraj - in Brahmin street of Velachery for the past three months. According to reports, the three of them had left to the institute on Friday morning, but Sachin had returned home early. He had also reportedly posted a WhatsApp status saying, I am sorry, not good enough. Some of those who saw the status had tried checking in on him in his classroom, but as he was not present there, a few of them rushed to his house. Devkush broke open the door to find him dead. His body has been sent to Royapettah Government Hospital for post-mortem examination. Velachery police have registered a case, and a probe is underway. A Hindutan Times report said that a suicide note was recovered from his house, but has been kept confidential. IIT Madras has issued a statement expressing condolence over the death. We are deeply anguished to convey the untimely passing away of a PhD Research scholar from the Mechanical Engineering Department on the afternoon of 31st March 2023 at his residence at Velachery, Chennai. A student with an exemplary academic and research record, it is a big loss to the research community. The Institute expresses its heartfelt condolences and shares the grief of the friends and family of the deceased student. The Institute requests everyone to respect the privacy of the student's family at this difficult juncture. May the departed soul rest in peace, the statement read. ChintaBAR, a collective of students in IIT-Madras, has also released a statement saying, It is with deep sorrow and anguish we came to know about the sudden demise of one of our fellow students and friends Sachin Kumar Jain by suicide this afternoon. In this moment of grief, ChintaBAR extends our heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of the deceased. We are deeply alarmed by the frequency of student suicides and attempted suicides that have been and are happening on campus, especially in the current academic year. We feel that there is a mental health emergency on campus and request the administration to take proactive measures to improve the mental health environment on campus. View this post on Instagram A post shared by ChintaBAR (@chintabar) This is the third case of suicide reported from IIT Madras since February this year. On February 13, Steven from Maharashtra, a second-year research scholar in the Electrical Engineering department was found dead. On March 14, Vaipu Pushpak Sri Sai (23) from Andhra Pradesh, a third-year Electrical Engineering student died by suicide in his hostel room. If you are aware of anyone facing mental health issues or feeling suicidal, please provide help. Here are some helpline numbers of suicide-prevention organisations that can offer emotional support to individuals and families. Andhra Pradesh Life Suicide Prevention: 78930 78930 Roshni: 9166202000, 9127848584 Karnataka Sahai (24-hour): 080 65000111, 080 65000222 Kerala Maithri: 0484 2540530 Chaithram: 0484 2361161 Both are 24-hour helpline numbers. Tamil Nadu State health department's suicide helpline: 104 Sneha Suicide Prevention Centre - 044-24640050 (listed as the sole suicide prevention helpline in Tamil Nadu) Telangana State government's suicide prevention (tollfree): 104 Roshni: 040 66202000, 6620200 SEVA: 09441778290, 040 27504682 (between 9 am and 7 pm Aasara offers support to individuals and families during an emotional crisis, for those dealing with mental health issues and suicidal ideation, and to those undergoing trauma after the suicide of a loved one. 24x7 Helpline: 9820466726 Click here for working helplines across India.
Karnataka polls: Why are BJP, Congress shying away from announcing CM candidates? - India Today
Karnataka polls: Why are BJP, Congress shying away from announcing CM candidates? India Today
ITF Mysuru Open 2023: Mukund Sasikumar-Vishnu Vardhan pair bags doubles title
In the final on Saturday, they defeated the top-seeded Indian pair of B. Ritvick Choudary and Nikki Poonacha 6-3, 6-4 in 1 hour and 10 minutes. MukuIn the final on Saturday, they defeated the top-seeded Indian pair of B. Ritvick Choudary and Nikki Poonacha 6-3, 6-4 in 1 hour and 10 minutes. Mukund and Vishnu warded off seven break points in the match while they converted two opportunities to break their opponents to ease their way to the title. First of all, I am very happy to return to Mysore Tennis Club. I was here as a 12-year-old and I was also the winner of the first International tournament here in 2012. Now, I am very happy to win the doubles title, so I think I partially defended my title, said Vishnu Vardhan after the match. This is my first title post-Covid and thanks a lot to Mukund for helping me with that. It was fun sharing the court with him and thanks to Mukund's mom for supporting us off the court. It is always fun to play against Niki and Ritvick, who had beaten me in the last three ITF events, so I could get my revenge this week, he added.Both Niki and Ritvick are very hard-working players and I wish both of you reach higher stages soon. And Vishnu, I have seen him for several years now and he gives 100 per cent all the time and treats all the matches with the same importance. A little story now, when I came here with my mom in 2012 I was reconsidering playing tennis professionally and from that point to be in the Grand Slam ranking and India No 1, it has been a remarkable journey. During the pandemic, my life hit the rock bottom again but I was decided that irrespective of how this week had gone, this will be a new start to an unforgettable journey this year and I hope to return here soon but hopefully you will see me in bigger tournaments, said Mukund after the final match. It was the second match of the day for Mukund and Vishnu and they showed great powers of concentration to stay focused on the task. They also won more than 80 per cent of points on both first and second serves, indicating the consistency in their game. Earlier in the day, Mukund and Vishnu romped into the doubles final upsetting the second-seeded Australia-Ukraine pair of Blake Ellis and Vladyslav Orlov 6-4, 7-5. The USD 25,000 event is being hosted by the Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association (KSLTA).In the singles, India's campaign ended when Mysuru lad S D Prajwal Dev went down fighting to George Loffhagen of Britain 5-7, 4-6 in a tight semifinal match that lasted precisely two hours.Loffhagen will face eighth seeded Australian Blake Ellis, who shocked second seeded American Oliver Crawford 7-5, 6-3 in the other last four clash. The final will be played on Sunday. Results:Singles (semis): George Loffhagen (GBR) beat SD Prajwal Dev (IND) 7-5, 6-4; (8) Ellis Blake (AUS) beat (2) Oliver Crawford (USA) 7-5, 6-3Doubles (semis): Mukund Sasikumar (IND)/Vishnu Vardhan (IND) beat (2) Blake Ellis (AUS)/Vladyslav Orlov (UKR) 6-4, 7-5Doubles (final): Mukund Sasikumar (IND)/Vishnu Vardhan (IND) beat Ritvick Choudary/Niki Poonacha (IND) 6-3, 6-4--IANSbsk
Karnataka 2023: Here's What This Prominent Opinion Poll Needs To Explain - Swarajya
Karnataka 2023: Here's What This Prominent Opinion Poll Needs To Explain Swarajya
Karnataka 2023: Here's What This Prominent Opinion Poll Needs To Explain
Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway toll hike put on hold after criticism
Infrastructure The toll charges on the newly built road were set to increase by 22% within a fortnight of the road being opened to the public. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) on Saturday, April 1 decided to hold the decision to raise toll charges on the Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway by 22 per cent. The decision was made amid heavy criticism that toll charges on the expressway were raised within a fortnight of the road opening for traffic. The NHAI had decided to raise the toll charges on the newly opened expressway from Rs 135 to Rs 165 for cars, jeeps, and vans for a single journey from April 1. For a round trip, the charges were increased from Rs 205 to Rs 250. Toll charges for other vehicle categories were also increased with the journey for light commercial vehicles and mini buses increasing from Rs 220 to Rs 270. The amount was increased to Rs 565 for buses and trucks. However, following opposition from motorists about the steep toll charges, the NHAI reversed its decision on Saturday morning, moments after the collection of revised fares had begun. Mysuru MP Pratap Simha confirmed that the toll price hike in the expressway was put on hold. The MP's statement came a day after a video of him justifying the hike in toll price was shared on his social media accounts on Friday. - . . https://t.co/mujHAtcEh9 Pratap Simha (@mepratap) April 1, 2023 NHAI officials had earlier stated that toll prices are revised annually taking inflation into account, and this hike is not exclusive to the Mysuru-Bengaluru expressway but is implemented on other roads as well. However, social media was flooded with complaints from motorists who bemoaned the steep charges on the Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway within two weeks of it being inaugurated. The project, inaugurated by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on March 12, aims to reduce travel time between Bengaluru and Mysuru from three hours to approximately 75 minutes. The expressway was built at a cost of Rs 8,408 crore in two phases, with 52 kilometers being greenfield consisting of five bypasses that will reduce traffic congestion in neighboring towns.
Kaveri 2 Statewide roll out from April 1 - The Hindu
Kaveri 2 Statewide roll out from April 1 The Hindu
Karnataka elections: Civil society groups release peoples manifesto, organise datajam
The manifesto advises political parties to have a commitment towards strengthening democracy
Karnataka elections: Civil Society Forum releases peoples manifesto in Bengaluru
The manifesto advises political parties to have a commitment towards strengthening democracy
New Dir General of Naval Operations Vice Admiral Atul Anand taking charge
NEW DELHI: Vice Admiral Atul Anand, AVSM, VSM assumed charge as the Director General Naval Operations today, April 1, 2023. He received his commission into the Indian Navy's Executive Branch on January 1, 1988. He graduated from the National Defense College in New Delhi, the Defence Services Command and Staff College in Mirpur, Bangladesh, and the National Defense Academy's 71st Course, Delta Squadron. In Hawaii, United States, at the Asia Pacific Centre for Security Studies, he also took the esteemed Advance Security Cooperation Course. His educational background includes a BSc, MPhil, and MSc in Defence and Strategic Studies, as well as a Masters in Defence Studies. He has held various important positions in his naval career, including command of the corvette INS Khukri, the destroyer INS Mumbai, the missile boat INS Chatak, and the torpedo recovery vessel IN TRV A72. He is a recipient of the Ati Vishisht Seva Medal and the Vishisht Seva Medal. He was also the Directing Officer of the Sea Harrier squadron INAS 300, the Executive Officer of the destroyer INS Delhi, and the Navigating Officer of the IN ships Sharda, Ranvijay, and Jyoti. Joint Director Staff Requirements, Directing Staff at the Defence Services Staff College, Wellington, Director Naval Operations, and Director Naval Intelligence are just a few of his notable staff roles (Ops). At the Ministry of Defence's Integrated Headquarters, he also held the positions of Principal Director Naval Operations and Principal Director Strategy, Concepts, and Transformation (Navy). He has held the positions of Flag Officer Commanding Maharashtra Naval Area and Flag Officer Commanding Karnataka Naval Area while serving as Assistant Chief of Naval Staff (Foreign Cooperation and Intelligence), Deputy Commandant, and Chief Instructor at the National Defence College, Khadakvasla. India exported military hardware worth Rs.15,920 cr in 2022-23: Rajnath India exported military hardware worth Rs.15,920 cr in 2022-23: Rajnath
Karnataka Assembly Polls: PM Modi to visit for 8th time in 2023
BANGALORE: In 2023, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will make his eighth trip to Karnataka, a state that will go to the polls. In preparation for the important state assembly elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) appears to be doing everything in its power. Incidentally, this marks Prime Minister Narendra Modi's highest number of state visits in a calendar year since he assumed leadership of the Central government in 2014. The prime minister is anticipated to take a safari trip of the Bandipur Tiger Reserve during his stay. According to a source, PM Modi will begin a three-day mega celebration in the districts of Mysuru and Chamarajanagar on the occasion of the completion of the Tiger Project's 50 years, In light of the upcoming assembly elections in Karnataka on April 10, the Prime Minister is scheduled to meet with BJP officials and workers. In Karnataka, political parties are ramping up their preparations for the assembly elections. On May 13, the results of the assembly elections will be announced. With the impending Karnataka Assembly elections, the BJP is in an extremely critical position. Amit Shah is doing everything in his ability to maintain control of Bengaluru, the state that is home to the important Silicon Valley of India, as a result of Basavaraj Bommai's declining popularity and that of Narendra Modi. According to information from the PM's official website, PM Modi and party leaders visited the state the most during election years. In 2018, a year with elections, PM Modi paid Karnataka his second-highest number of visits. Polling will be held in Karnataka on May 10, know when the result will come? K'tka Cong chief DK Shivakumar seen showering Rs 500 notes ahead of polls Karnataka Govt sanctions irrigation projects worth Rs 5,500 cr
PM Modi to visit Karnataka for 8th time in 2023 ahead of Assembly polls | Mint - Mint
PM Modi to visit Karnataka for 8th time in 2023 ahead of Assembly polls | Mint Mint
Karnataka HC allows businessman, barred by LOC against him, to fly abroad - Hindustan Times
Karnataka HC allows businessman, barred by LOC against him, to fly abroad Hindustan Times
Carpet bombing, new candidates: BJP's strategy to retain power in Karnataka - The Economic Times
Carpet bombing, new candidates: BJP's strategy to retain power in Karnataka The Economic Times
Kantara Actor Rishab Shetty Urges People To Vote In Karnataka Assembly Elections
Karnataka Assembly elections will be held on May 10 in a single phase. Results will be declared on May 13.
Karnataka police identify a dead body through M-CCTNS app. VIDEO - Hindustan Times
Karnataka police identify a dead body through M-CCTNS app. VIDEO Hindustan Times
ICAI CA May Exam 2023 for May 10 postponed in Karnataka, notice at icai.org - Hindustan Times
ICAI CA May Exam 2023 for May 10 postponed in Karnataka, notice at icai.org Hindustan Times
'I won't contest in Karnataka polls,' says Siddaramaiah's son Yathindra - Deccan Herald
'I won't contest in Karnataka polls,' says Siddaramaiah's son Yathindra Deccan Herald
Aloysian Fest 23 a Confluence of Young Talents with Motto Together We Learn, Grow & Progress
Aloysian Fest 23 a Confluence of Young Talents Unleashed with Motto Together We Learn, Grow & Progress, where 114 teams consisting of 1,473 students registered from various colleges participated in 53 events at different venues over two days Mangaluru: St Aloysius College (Autonomous), Mangaluru is a 143-year-old premier educational institution that has trained  The post Aloysian Fest 23 a Confluence of Young Talents with Motto Together We Learn, Grow & Progress appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Moderate Rains, Thunderstorms to Impact Southern India from April ... - The Weather Channel
Moderate Rains, Thunderstorms to Impact Southern India from April ... The Weather Channel
Karnataka: Lambani Community protests over internal reservation of ... - Deccan Herald
Karnataka: Lambani Community protests over internal reservation of ... Deccan Herald
B'luru gang-rape case: Cong blames inefficiency of K'taka Home Minister - Deccan Herald
B'luru gang-rape case: Cong blames inefficiency of K'taka Home Minister Deccan Herald
Karnataka govt asks HC for time to appoint Police Complaints ... - Vartha Bharati
Karnataka govt asks HC for time to appoint Police Complaints ... Vartha Bharati
Bengaluru gang rape case: Cong blames inefficiency of Karnataka Home min
Bengaluru: The Karnataka unit of the Congress on Saturday slammed the states ruling BJP government over the gang rape of a minor girl in a moving car in Bengaluru and claimed that the incident is the result of inefficiency of Home Minister Araga Jnanendra. Opposition leader Siddaramaiah on Saturday said due to the inefficiency of Get the latest updates in Hyderabad City News , Technology , Entertainment , Sports , Politics and Top Stories on WhatsApp & Telegram by subscribing to our channels. You can also download our app for Android and iOS .
Bengaluru gang rape case: Cong blames inefficiency of Karnataka Home min - The Siasat Daily
Bengaluru gang rape case: Cong blames inefficiency of Karnataka Home min The Siasat Daily
HC extends stay on CBI proceedings against Karnataka Congress chief D K Shivakumar till April 6 - Deccan Herald
HC extends stay on CBI proceedings against Karnataka Congress chief D K Shivakumar till April 6 Deccan Herald
Karnataka polls: BJP leadership meet to decide on candidates, Congress finalises 2nd list
With around a month left for the May 10 Assembly polls, all the parties have expedited their process of finalising the tickets in Karnataka.
Karnataka: Muslim Organisation to Move Court to Challenge Change in Reservations
The Basavaraj Bommai government has scrapped the 2(b) category and announced that the 4% reservation earlier given to Muslims would now be distributed evenly between Lingayats and Vokkaligas.
Father Muller School & College of Nursing Graduation Ceremony Live
Father Muller School & College of Nursing Graduation Ceremony Live The post Father Muller School & College of Nursing Graduation Ceremony Live appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Bengaluru residents miffed after FIR over silent march to save Sankey Road trees
Protest Those booked say they were not informed about the FIR and that it only came to light when the police issued a notice on March 17. Ians Bengaluru police have booked 70 residents who participated in a silent march campaigning to save trees and voice their opposition to the construction of a flyover along Sankey road in the heart of the city. The move was condemned by activists and civil society groups in the city. The silent march was held on February 19 following which police booked 70 people who took part in the march. The police case came to light when one of the participants, activist Avijit Michael, who works with the campaigning organisation Jhatkaa, was issued a notice on March 17 accusing him of violations including unlawful assembly, obstruction of public way and wrongful confinement. Denying the police charges, Avijit said that he was part of a peaceful march to save trees along the Sankey Road. It is my constitutionally guaranteed right to peaceful protest in India, the Mother of Democracies and nation of Mahatma Gandhiji, the stalwart of ahimsa and peaceful protest. I do not accept any of the charges laid out against me, as they have no merit, Avijit said. A representative of Jhatkaa pointed to videos taken during the silent march and said that it contradicted the police's claims. The video shows that none of the conditions of the IPC sections that Mr. Michael is charged with are fulfilled. There was no obstruction of public way, no unlawful assembly, nor was anyone wrongfully confined. Michael and the other citizens were peacefully marching along the footpath of Sankey road and raising awareness about the need to save trees, a statement from Jhatkaa read. Others booked by the police for the silent march include Kimsuka Iyer, a management professional and activist from Malleshwaram, and Rajeev Gowda, a former Rajya Sabha MP from the Congress party.
FMMC Holds MULLER DERMA -30 Conference & Alumni Meet
FMMC Holds MULLER DERMA -30 Conference & Alumni Meet Mangaluru: The Department of Dermatology, Venereology and Leprosy of Father Muller Medical College, Mangaluru is organizing MULLER DERMA Conference & Alumni Meet on 1st & 2nd April 203 in the Decennial Memorial Hall, Knowledge Centre to commemorate the successful completion of 30 years of post-graduation course  The post FMMC Holds MULLER DERMA -30 Conference & Alumni Meet appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
From independence movement to Karnataka elections 2023: Understanding the role of Lingayats - India Today
From independence movement to Karnataka elections 2023: Understanding the role of Lingayats India Today
From freedom struggle to Karnataka polls: Understanding the role of Lingayats
From freedom struggle to Karnataka polls Understanding the role of Lingayats
Bengaluru police issue traffic advisory ahead of IPL match on Apr 2: Details
IPL 2023 The match will be played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium. pti Bengaluru Traffic Police have issued an advisory ahead of the Indian Premier League (IPL) match to be played at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium on Sunday, April 2. The match will be played between Royal Challengers Bangalore and Mumbai Indians. The advisory will be in place from 4 pm to 11 pm. Here are the details: Parking restrictions will apply on Queens Road, MG Road, MG Road to Cubbon road, Rajbhavan Road Central Street Road, Cubbon Road, St Marks Road, Museum Road, Kasturiba Road, Ambedkar Veedi Road,Trinity Jn, Lavelle road, Vittal Malya road and Nrupathunga road. Police specified that subject to availability, the following parking places will be available for the public, including Kings Road, UB City Parking lot, BMTC TTMC Shivajinagar 1st floor & OLD KGID Building Kanteerava Stadium, BRV Ground below Metro lane. Meanwhile, on the opening match on Friday, Shubman Gill scored a half-century (63) as Gujarat Titans (GT) registered a five-wicket win against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Shubman Gill struck 63 off 36 while Rahul Tewatia and Rashid Khan hammered crucial boundaries off the final over as Gujarat Titans started the defence of their title on a winning note. CSK's Tushar Deshpande became the first Impact Player (substitute) in the IPL. He came in place of Ambati Rayudu. GT's Sai Sudharsan joined him as the second player to be picked as Impact Player, coming in as a substitute for New Zealand batter Kane Williamson, who had suffered an injury while fielding in the first innings. Earlier, Gaikwad's scintillating 92-run innings, decorated with four boundaries and nine maximums helped CSK to 178/7. With IANS inputs
Karnataka: Over 8.14 lakh students appeared for first SSLC exam; zero malpractices reported - EdexLive
Karnataka: Over 8.14 lakh students appeared for first SSLC exam; zero malpractices reported EdexLive
Karnataka HC stays ACs order, allows student to write exam
The court said the petitioner shall give an undertaking before the assistant commissioner, that he will not indulge in any such activities. BENGALURU: The Karnataka High Court came to the rescue of a BSc student who was externed from Jamkhandi to Sedam taluk on the ground that there is reasonable apprehension that he would engage in the commission of an offence. In response to a plea filed by the student, Justice Sachin Shankar Magadum stayed the order passed by the assistant commissioner for two weeks, to enable him to appear for the examinations which conclude on April 8, 2023. The court said the petitioner shall give an undertaking before the assistant commissioner, that he will not indulge in any such activities. The 20-year-old student from Bilagi taluk of Bagalkot had district moved the court, questioning the order.
Karnataka polls deal a blowto BBMP, BWSSB revenue collection
From the BBMP revenue department alone, 800 staffers from the accounts and other sections are on election duty. BENGALURU:With the election code of conduct in place in Karnataka, officials of Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) and Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewerage Board (BWSSB) worry that the revenue collection mechanism is likely to take a hit in April and May, as officials are on election duty and in the coming days, more will be deployed for the same work. A senior official from the BBMP revenue department said all their staffers have been deputed on election duty for the past few days, and as a result, the revenue collection target may see fluctuations. The code of conduct came into effect on March 29, however, some officials were on election duty even before that. From the BBMP revenue department alone, 800 staffers from the accounts and other sections are on election duty. This will hamper revenue collection and targets, the official said. The Palike collected Rs 3,758 crore in property tax in the year 2022, and was hoping to make an additional Rs 800 crore collection by converting B-Khata sites to A-Khata, as per the Karnataka Land Revenue Act and Country and Town Planning Act. This apart, through its One Time Settlement Scheme for property tax, and arrears from central and state government undertakings, the Palike hoped to get Rs 200 crore. However, as the entire revenue collection team is now on election duty, proper revenue collection will begin only after election results on May 13, the official added. Corroborating this, BWSSB engineer-in-chief Suresh said that 600 officials from the engineering division, comprising assistant executive engineers, assistant engineers and junior engineers have been deployed on election duty. In the coming days, 200 meter readers will also be roped into poll work. There will be some impact when officials are under pressure, however, once elections get over, normal activities will resume, said Suresh. ANY PARTY, CANDIDATES SEEKING VOTER INFO WILL BE BOOKED: CHIEF With reports of political workers, aspiring candidates and their supporters trying to seek voter information doing the rounds, BBMP Chief Commissioner and District Election Officer Tushar Girinath has said that if the matter comes to his notice, FIRs will be filed. Addressing a press conference on Friday, he informed that about confusion over civic work taking a blow, he clarified that the Storm Water Drain (SWD) department has been given complete exemption from election-related work. KAS officers have been appointed as nodal officers and returning officers, and they will take care of all the Model Code of Conduct and election-related work, mentioned Girinath.
Karnataka polls deal a blow to BBMP, BWSSB revenue collection - The New Indian Express
Karnataka polls deal a blow to BBMP, BWSSB revenue collection The New Indian Express
Covid cases hit 1,000mark again, fear spreadsin Karnataka
Doctors say number of people consulting them for small ailments for fear of being infected with Covid has risen BENGALURU:Active Covid cases in Karnataka crossed the 1,000 mark after almost 12 weeks. The rise in Covid, H3N2, H1N1 (Swine Flu) cases since January has created a sense of fear among citizens, who are reaching out to doctors for every little health issue they face.Health experts said the situation could have been controlled if continuous awareness was created by the government regarding the infection, symptoms and precautions to be taken, and people would not have so many fears. Dr Sylvia Karpagam, a public health doctor, said that precautionary measures are usually taken when the infection rate has already increased. If it is done in the beginning, people will be more aware and take necessary precautionary measures. The government usually becomes active when cases have already increased, which defeats the purpose, she said. Doctors said the number of people consulting them for small ailments like headaches, gastrointestinal issues or slight fever, for fear of being infected with Covid or other Influenza-Like Infections (ILI), has risen lately. Health and Family Welfare Commissioner D Randeep said the trend in Karnataka is seen to be in tandem with cases across India. The next XBB 1.16 variant is detected in large numbers. Patients who need hospitalisation has also increased, but the number of terminal cases needing ventilator beds has not yet risen. He said the department is being watchful about the Covid situation, to ensure it does not spiral, especially with the upcoming state assembly elections. Masks are not expected to be made mandatory as of now, however, officials have advised people to ensure they follow Covid Appropriate Behaviour (CAB). One of the major reasons the number of cases is on the rise is peoples negligence in using masks and maintaining social distance.
Covid cases hit 1,000 mark again, fear spreads in Karnataka - The New Indian Express
Covid cases hit 1,000 mark again, fear spreads in Karnataka The New Indian Express
Illegal mining case ED attaches assets of accused worth Rs 54 crore
The attached assets are in the form of 30 immovable properties consisting of land, residential buildings, commercial premises, etc., owned by the accused persons and their family members. BENGALURU:The Directorate of Enforcement (ED), Bengaluru zonal office, has provisionally attached immovable properties worth Rs 54.18 crore in a case related to illegal mining under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act (PMLA), the agency stated in an official release. The attached assets are in the form of 30 immovable properties consisting of land, residential buildings, commercial premises, etc., owned by the accused persons and their family members. The ED initiated an investigation under PMLA based on an FIR registered by the Special Investigation Team, Karnataka Lokayukta, Bengaluru, against Karadapudi Mahesh, his brothers and associates u/s 379, 420, 468, 471 r/w 120(B) of the Indian Penal Code, 1860 for theft, cheating, forgery, using as genuine a forged document and criminal conspiracy, Section 21 r/w 4(1), 4(1A), of Mines and Minerals (Development and Regulation) Act, and section 7, 13(2) r/w 13(1)(d) of Prevention of Corruption Act, the agency added. During investigation, it was noticed that illegally mined iron ore worth Rs 62.92 crore was transported and traded by the main accused Mahesh and his brothers, K Govindaraj, K Sadashiva, K Kumar with help of their associates, without valid permits or based on fake and forged permits, the ED stated. Further, the accused also facilitated other persons/entities in the transportation and trading of illegally mined iron ore by collecting Rs 40.93 crore as risk money from them. Thus, the accused persons generated Rs 103.85 crore as proceeds of crime and caused loss to the government exchequer, the agency added. It was further noticed during investigation that most of the amount was received in cash and the same was used in acquisition of immovable properties in the name of the accused persons and their family members, the ED stated.
Stop Netravati Riverfront Promenade Work in City Immediately or Face Legal Action - NECF
Stop Netravati Riverfront Promenade Work in City Immediately or Face Legal Action - National Environment Care Federation (NECF)-Mangaluru Chapter citing threat to fragile ecosystem Mangaluru: Speaking to Team Mangalorean, NECF (Mangaluru) Secretary H. Shashidhar Shetty said, Mangaluru-based National Environment Care Federation on Tuesday, has urged the forest department to stop immediately the Netravati Waterfront Promenade  The post Stop Netravati Riverfront Promenade Work in City Immediately or Face Legal Action - NECF appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Yediyurappa rules out son contesting from Varuna seat against Siddaramaiah
Karnataka elections 2023 BY Vijayendra has stated that after his father's decision, there is no question of him contesting from Varuna constituency. Yediyurappa and BY Vijayendra Senior BJP leader and former Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Friday ruled out the possibility of his son BY Vijayendra contesting against Congress leader Siddaramaiah in Varuna constituency. Talking to reporters, Yediyurappa said that the high command had proposed his son contest in the Varuna constituency. I have told them not to go forward in this regard. I will also convince the high command, he said.There is no question of Vijayendra contesting from Varuna constituency. Since I am retiring from electoral politics and not contesting from Shikaripura constituency, he will have to contest from there. We will put up a strong candidate in Varuna constituency, he added. Earlier in the week, Yediyurappa had raised eyebrows by refusing to rule out the possibility of Vijayendra contesting against Siddaramaiah in Varuna. Vijayendra previously wanted to contest from Varuna in the 2018 Assembly elections against Siddaramaiah's son Yathindra. He was denied a ticket by the BJP high command at the time. But in a clarification issued on Friday, Yediyurappa said, The party workers of Varuna are pressurizing for his contest, but he will not leave Shikaripura constituency. He will have to contest from there and it is my decision. Vijayendra has stated that after his father's decision, there is no question of him contesting from Varuna constituency. But, the constituency will have a special place in his heart. Sources close to Yediyurappa said that the Lingayat strongman is concerned about Vijayendra's political career. The decision to contest from Shikaripura is considered a safer choice than contesting against Siddaramaiah in Varuna. Siddaramaiah had stated that it is going to be his last contest and he will retire from politics following the upcoming Assembly elections.
TechX: The National Tech Summit Decoding Future of IT & Innovation at St Josephs University, Bluru
TechX: The National Tech Summit Decoding Future of IT & Innovation at St Josephs University, Bluru Bengaluru: The National Tech Summit, TECHx: Decoding the Future of IT & Innovation, was for the first time hosted by St Josephs Institute of Information Technology, under the guidance and leadership of Fr. Denzil Lobo SJ at St. Josephs  The post TechX: The National Tech Summit Decoding Future of IT & Innovation at St Josephs University, Bluru appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Area Watch: Residents reminisce old times as Bengalurus Indiranagar transforms from a sleepy... - Moneycontrol
Area Watch: Residents reminisce old times as Bengalurus Indiranagar transforms from a sleepy... Moneycontrol
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023: Rahul Gandhi To Address Rally In Kolar On April 9
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Friday said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) will get a clear majority in the upcoming Assembly elections.
Communal violence on table for BJP with 2024 polls nearing, alleges Sibal
Rajya Sabha MP Kapil Sibal on Saturday alleged that communal violence was on the table for the BJP with the 2024 general elections approaching, and recent incidents in West Bengal and Gujarat were a railer. Violence and arson was reported from West Bengal's Howrah district after clashes broke out between two groups during Ram Navami festivities, with the BJP and the TMC trading barbs over it. Violence during Ram Navami festivities on Thursday was also reported from Gujarat and Maharashtra. In a tweet, Sibal said, As we approach 2024. For the BJP, on the table: 1) communal violence 2) hate speech 3) baiting minorities 4) target opposition by use of ED, CBI, election commission. Trailer: Burning of Bengal, stoking communal violence in Karnataka, Maharashtra, Gujarat. Sibal, who was a Union minister during the UPA 1 and 2 regimes, quit the Congress in May last year and was elected to the Rajya Sabha as an independent member with the Samajwadi Party's support. Sibal recently floa
India reports 2,994 Covid infections, active cases rise to 16,354
India on Saturday recorded 2,994 new COVID-19 infections, while the number of active cases increased to 16,354, according to Union health ministry data. With the fresh infections, India's COVID-19 tally stands at 4.47 crore (4,47,18,781). The death toll climbed to 5,30,876 with nine deaths, the data updated at 8 am stated. Two deaths each were reported from Delhi, Karnataka and Punjab, one from Gujarat, and two were reconciled by Kerala. At 16,354, the active cases comprise 0.04 per cent of the total infections. The national COVID-19 recovery rate stands at 98.77 per cent, according to the health ministry website. The daily positivity rate was recorded at 2.09 per cent and the weekly positivity at 2.03 per cent. The number of people who have recuperated from the disease surged to 4,41,71,551. The case fatality rate stands at 1.19 per cent. According to the ministry's website, 220.66 crore doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered so far under the nationwide vaccination dri
Top news developments in Karnataka on April 1, 2023
Here are the key news developments to watch out for from Karnataka today
COVID-19 | India records 2,994 fresh cases, daily positivity rate at 2.09%
Two deaths each were reported from Delhi, Karnataka and Punjab, one from Gujarat, and two were reconciled by Kerala
India Adds 2,994 Covid Infections, Number Of Active Cases Increase To 16,354
NEW DELHI, Apr 1: India on Saturday recorded 2,994 new Covid-19 infections, while the number of active cases increased to 16,354, according to Union health ministry data. With the fresh infections, Indias Covid-19 tally stands at 4.47 crore (4,47,18,781). The death toll climbed to 5,30,876 with nine deaths, the data updated at 8 am stated. Two deaths each were reported from Delhi, Karnataka and Punjab, one from Gujarat, and two were reconciled by Kerala. At 16,354, the active cases comprise  The post India Adds 2,994 Covid Infections, Number Of Active Cases Increase To 16,354 appeared first on Jammu Kashmir Latest News | Tourism | Breaking News J&K .
Male home nurse arrested for sexually abusing elderly patient in Moodbidri
Male home nurse arrested for sexually abusing elderly patient in Moodbidri Dakshina Kannada: Karnataka police have arrested a male home nurse on charges of sexually harassing an aged patient in Moodbidri town of Dakshina Kannada district in Karnataka, police said on Saturday. The arrested male nurse is identified as 19-year-old Shivananda from Gadag. According to  The post Male home nurse arrested for sexually abusing elderly patient in Moodbidri appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Toll hike on Bengaluru-Mysuru expressway put on hold in poll-bound Karnataka
The revised toll charges were to be collected from April 1
Ktaka: Complaint against sportswoman for filming fellow athlete in bath
Ktaka: Complaint against sportswoman for filming fellow athlete in bath Bengaluru: Karnataka police have lodged an FIR based on the complaint by a sportswoman from Punjab in connection with a fellow athlete filming her while taking bath, police said on Saturday. The incident took place at the womens hostel of Sports Authority of India (SAI)  The post Ktaka: Complaint against sportswoman for filming fellow athlete in bath appeared first on Mangalorean.com .
Karnataka HC lets student appear for Class 10 exams without opting for Kannada - The Indian Express
Karnataka HC lets student appear for Class 10 exams without opting for Kannada The Indian Express
Karnataka polls countdown: CM post to Lingayats, 5 challenges before Congress - CNBCTV18
Karnataka polls countdown: CM post to Lingayats, 5 challenges before Congress CNBCTV18
Karnataka polls: Rahul Gandhi's rally in Kolar postponed to April 9
Politics Gandhi, a former MP, was earlier scheduled to begin his campaign from Kolar for the Karnataka Assembly polls from April 5. File Photo/PTI A public rally of Congress leader Rahul Gandhi in Kolar has now been postponed and is scheduled to be held on April 9.Congress General Secretary (Organisation) KC Venugopal said, @RahulGandhi will be in Kolar on April 9 and address the 'Jai Bharat' mega rally there. On April 11, he will visit Wayanad. He is the voice of the people, you can never silence him. This voice will only get louder and stronger.Rahul Gandhi, a former MP, was earlier scheduled to begin his campaign from Kolar for the Karnataka Assembly polls from April 5.In 2019, Rahul during his Lok Sabha campaign had made a speech for which he was convicted in the Surat court in 2023. Congress leaders say that beginning from Kolar is itself a manifestation that the party is ready to fight out the 2019 'Modi surname' case politically and legally.In Kolar, the Congress will attack the Karnataka government on the issue of corruption.Randeep Singh Surjewala, Karnataka General Secretary In-charge, said the Congress will form the government in the state with the blessings of the people.As Karnataka goes to polls on May 10, Congress resolves to usher in anew era of Peace-Progress-Prosperity and rebuild Brand Karnataka, restore Kannadiga pride, Congress guarantees to run a welfare-driven government at the Centre, he added The Election Commission on Wednesday announced the schedule for the Karnataka Assembly elections. The polling will be held on May 10 and the results will be declared on May 13.The term of the 224-member Assembly ends on May 24.
With Siddaramaiah's exit, Congress aspirants up their ante in Badami
With Congress strongman Siddaramaiah opting to contest from Varuna/Kolar in South Karnataka in the upcoming elections to state assembly, several second-rung Congress leaders have thrown their hats in the arena and have been pulling strings to get the party's ticket.
Farmers, doctors, engineers part of AAPs second list of candidates for Karnataka polls
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) ha released its second list of 60 candidates, who will be contesting the upcoming elections in Karnataka. The AAP had released its first list comprising 80 candidates. The list of candidates includes, 14 farmers,
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